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Dec 8, 2013 1:10pm EST
for opening up, but at the same time and i think, will of quaker city, working on an article now and i'm going through it. i've written two books, but it's taken me two months to reread the novel, which is so dead is full of interesting images. that is a book that should certainly be canonized. so much going on there. and yet, it is amazing to me they were getting together and doing articles on it. a lot of the things that we've been churning out, people referred -- prefer to do something else that even, what other, it seems to me there's a lot of richness that is allowed. emily dickinson herself was a complete skin under unknown when she died and the edition with all the punctuation corrected in the? titles but in poetry. she wasn't really known -- that was published shortly after her death until thomas h. johnson came along and found her in the library in 1935 and suddenly this complete unknown and people have this really great stuff. again, i don't want to necessarily make a hierarchy of text, but i will s
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